BY RANI SHARMA
Flare net lehengas with long jacket are reminiscent of the wardrobes of maharanis of the Mughal era. They used different fabrics, and the dresses were embellished with real gold, silver and gems. The flare net lehengas of today are elegant replicas of the ancient Mughal art.
Here are some possibilities.
Elegant long jacket style choli lehenga in fuchsia velvet silk fabric with net jacket embellished with stone work, patches and cutwork. Net dupatta comes with four sided velvet border trim and tussels.
Flare layered lehenga choli in pink brocade fabric. The lehenga has shimmer and velvet borders. Pair with pink net fabric long jacket style choli that is embroidered with sequins, diamonds, stones, zardozi, and cut dana. Net fabric pink colored dupatta with butta work all over and shimmer velvet borders and latkan comes along with this unique outfit.
Three colored jacket style lehenga choli. The lehenga is fashioned out of red net fabric and the jacket is a contrast purple silk net that is embellished with heavy embroidery.
Royal blue flare lehenga that is fit for a royal wedding.
The jacket is encrusted with stones, and has zari and patch work border. The net lehenga is paired with a contrasting maroon brocade choli with net dupatta. The blue georgette jacket is embroidered with a dual tone resham and zari jaal. The collar and the edging of the skirt and sleeves are done with a gold zari lace. The lehenga is in a contrasting net and a broad silk border on the hem with gold gota and zari borders .The dupatta is in net and has zari and gota borders running on all four sides. The look is complete with beaded tussels from the four corners of the dupatta.
Dark purple net kalidar lehenga with a long jacket and matching dupatta and a magenta color choli is a magical ensemble that is further beautified with glittering, kundan, stone, cutdana, zari and trendy latkans.
Each lehengha choli jacket is unique in its own way and is designed to custom fit your body shape and size. Each exquisite piece is hand made. All work including fabric, embroidery and laces are individually collected and crafted under my observation.
Make up -Dark eye shadow with bronzer and light lipstick.
Hair- Up does go well with lehengas.
Footwear- Wear comfortable footwear and carry a light solid silk purse.